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After more than a decade with the Grammy-winning New York Voices, the gifted Peter Eldridge released two CDs of his own, including Fool No More. It contains 12 of his own compositions which are each distinct, but share the same ingredients: memorable, catchy melodies; intelligent, thought-provoking lyrics; and tasty, richly-textured arrangements of keyboards, horns, guitars, vocals, percussion, and the occasional cello or mandolin or spoon. Difficult to classify but delightful to hear, Eldridge uses a wide range of musical language, weaving jazz, pop, rock, and folk with world influences ("Part of This World" is a lilting bossa, while a simple Irish flute adds the perfect touch to the lovely "That Which Can't Be Explained"). Every song has a message, but there's nothing assaultive here; Eldridge never grabs your collar (or his crotch) and shouts. His insights and warm, flexible voice are both gentle, although he occasionally kicks into higher gear (as in the funky "Larger Than Life"). There are nod-along songs about the beginning of love ("First Morning") and the end( "When All Is Forgiven"). Other highlights include "Caught Me On a Good Day," a wry rumination on the wonder of having one that evokes the later Beatles with its dreamy vocal overlays and Marc Shulman's strong electric guitar lines. The rousing "Postcards and Messages" is a strong yet amusing commentary about answering machines and alienation. The closer, "Deliver Me," is a heartfelt, hopeful puzzlement about faith; intensely personal, yet powerfully universal, it's a piano/vocal solo that builds like a small play delivered in music. Backed by a company of fine musicians, crisply recorded, this is an impressive debut by a melodic poet who's wholly original and contemporary, yet somehow instantly familiar — and welcome.


Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '00s

Peter Eldridge belongs in the celebrated tradition of melodic poets, most famously represented by such disparate voices as Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, and Steely Dan — singer/songwriters who write catchy, beautiful tunes with insightful lyrics that are both personal and universal. These are some of Eldridge's major influences, but by adding his own brand of wry, gentle humor and a strong jazz sensibility, he creates music that's difficult to file under any one genre....
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Fool No More, Peter Eldridge
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  • USD 9.99
  • Géneros: Jazz, Música, Pop
  • Publicado: 2000

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